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Rahil Gangjee continued to be a best-placed Indian during tied 10th after bend in an eventful two-under 70 in a third spin of a Fiji International golf competition in Fiji on Saturday.
He was 5 shots off a speed with a sum of five-under 211, behind Australian Wade Ormsby (66) who grabbed a undisguised lead by one shot Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course.
The 37-year-old Ormsby, who claimed his career breakthrough on a Asian Tour in 2013, put himself in primary position for a second due after relocating atop a leaderboard with a three-day sum of 10-under 206 during a Natadola Bay Championship Golf Course.
The other Indian Shubhankar Sharma, who also finished a cut, total three-under 69 to pierce to one-under 215 and is fibbing Tied-36th, adult from T-58th.
Starting a spin 3 shots off a pace, Ormsby reeled in 4 pars before dropping a shot on a fifth. He recovered strongly with 4 loyal birdies from a eighth before adding 3 some-more birdies on his proceed home for a stately back-nine 31.
Australian Jason Norris, who reason a share of a overnight lead, carded a 70 to lay in second place while countryman James Marchesani stayed a offer shot behind in third on 208 during a 1.5 million Australian dollars (approximately USD 1.14 million) event.
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